Johannes Bellinkx

Reverse

Thursday 16 May, 11.15am – 3pm
Friday 17 May, 10am – 3pm
Saturday 18 May, 10am – 3pm

Timeslots available every 15 minutes

 

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UK PREMIERE

Experience reality in reverse. Look straight ahead and walk backwards on this unique tour of Norwich.

By turning us in the opposite direction, Johannes Bellinkx forces us to become aware of how we navigate the world. With a hypnotic soundtrack and fusion of fiction and reality, Reverse is a unique physical and mental experience.

‘Your field of vision becomes widescreen, the focus broadens; as if you’re withdrawing from everything.’ **** Volkskrant

Important information

Age guidance: Recommended age 13+

Duration: c. 1 hour

Accessibility: The route includes stairs and therefore is not wheelchair accessible. The route is intended to be walked individually. If you suffer from claustrophobia, epilepsy or have any problems with balance inform a member of the Reverse team upon your arrival. Please wear sensible footwear and note that slip-on shoes including flip-flops are not suitable for this performance. Please contact access@nnfestival.org.uk if you have any queries.

Tickets

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Thursday

16 May

11:45 am

Friday

17 May

11:45 am

Saturday

18 May

11:45 am

Thanks to Amsterdamse Fonds voor de Kunsten, Stichting NDSM, Das Theatre, Over het IJ Festival. With the support of Fonds Podiumkunsten.

Reverse is presented thanks to the mobility programme of the IN SITU platform in the frame of the ACT project, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

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